The Ansco B-2 Cadet is as common as pennies. Its primary advantage is that it takes 120 film, which is still made. Otherwise, it’s just an old box camera. Read my updated review here.
6 responses to “Updated review: Ansco B-2 Cadet”
Yup, had one. Okay I had the B-2, B-2 Speedex Jr, Cadet II, Cadet III … and about two dozen other Anscos (not including Agfa-Anscos). :)Loading…
Hello I hope you don’t mind me asking a question slightly off subject, but I respect your advice. I have acquired a 120 roll of Kodak plus x pan prof film. The only camera in my collection that I can use is a Coronet Rapide. How do I go about calculating an exposure time ???
Thank you for the guidance